(From and to turn in), lntroversion of the eye lid. See Trichia.
(From enucleo). The taking a kernel from a nut; figuratively, clearing a difficulty.
(From and the gums). See
(From and to discharge urine).
See Urine, incontinence of.
(From and putrid). An epithet applied to the sputum of hectic patients, who generally compare it with the taste of a spoiled egg: a tendency to putrescency.
(From to perfect). See Abomasum.
The whole compass of the eye. Epacmastici, (from to increase). See Acmasticos.
(From to draw out). An appellation in Dioscorides of the prepuce. See Prae-putium.
(From to increase). Fevers, whose heat is not pungent to the touch in the beginning but becomes more so as they advance.
Ep Anadiplosis, (from to reduplicate,) the reduplication of a fit of a semitertian fever; that is, the renewal of the cold before the hot fit is completed.
From and to excite).
A Tumour or Tubercle.
(From and crooked).
A bandage described by Oribasius.
Or Epanthisma, from and a flower. An efflorescence. See Exanthema.
(From importing a repetition, and a removal). In Galen it is used to express a repeated evacuation by bleeding.
(From and the disease called albugo). An epithet for a person affected with the disorder of the eves called argemon.